HTC One M9 Android Nougat update now available across Europe, Turkey and South Africa
Owners of the HTC One M9 who live in mainland Europe, Turkey and South Africa can now download Android Nougat for their phones. The news was just announced by HTC’s Graham Wheeler who is the Products and Service Director for HTC EMEA. While the UK isn’t specifically mentioned in the announcement, Wheeler notes in a follow-up Tweet that additional countries will be getting the Android 7.0 update in the coming days.
If you happen to own the HTC One M9 and live in one of the regions in which the update is currently available, you should receive an update notification within the next day or two. Alternately, you can always try downloading the update manually by going to Settings > About > Software updates > Check now. This will manually ping HTC’s servers to see if the update is available for your HTC One M9. We’re not sure of the exact size of the update file, but based on other Nougat updates we’ve seen for HTC smartphones, it is likely larger than 1GB. Be sure you’re connected to a good WiFi network to make sure you don’t use up your precious data downloading the update.
Once you have the update installed, let us know what you think of the new features in the comments below.
Excited to share that Nougat will rolled out today for HTC One M9 devices in Mainland Europe, Turkey and South Africa.
— Graham Wheeler (@wheelergd) February 2, 2017